Phineas And Ferb’s Vincent Martella On His Role In The Walking Dead
Phineas and Ferb have crossed over with Marvel and are getting ready to play in the Star Wars sandbox, but are Phineas and Ferb getting ready to find themselves in the world of The Walking Dead? Not exactly, but Phineas voice actor Vincent Martella has landed a recurring role in the fourth season of the critically acclaimed AMC series. The actor teased his role in a recent interview with EW.
Martella will play a boy named Patrick who was bused in along with several other survivors from Woodbury at the end of season 3. Patrick and Carl will become fast friends at the beginning of the season. Carl shot a guy in the face last season, so maybe hanging out with some kids his own age will help bring him back from the dark side. Martella said of his role:
He’s right around Carl’s age,” explains. He’s a little bit older. He’s one of the new people who Carl gets a little closer with. Carl hasn’t really had anybody his age, so now you kind of get to see Carl’s relationship with people his own age and that’s one of the things that Patrick is bringing to the show.
The actor, who you may also remember as Chris‘ friend on Everybody Hates Chris, said he was a huge fan of the show and was excited to land the role. While he’s most known for his work on Phineas and Ferb, Martella was great on Everybody Hates Chris so it will be interesting to see what he brings to The Walking Dead. What do you think about Martella being Carl‘s new friend? Do you think he’ll make it through the entire season?
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Source : EW